Steep cost reductions confirmed as ribbon cut on giant Dudgeon offshore wind farm

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The partners pressed the green button to mark the opening of Dudgeon wind farm - Mohamed Jameel Al Ramahi (CEO of Masdar)(left)
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The partners pressed the green button to mark the opening of Dudgeon wind farm - Mohamed Jameel Al Ramahi (CEO of Masdar)(left)

Statoil, Masdar and Statkraft officially open new 402MW offshore wind farm, which promises to provide clean power to up to 410,000 homes

The giant 402MW Dudgeon offshore wind farm off the coast of Norfolk was officially opened yesterday, providing further evidence costs are falling sharply across the industry. Operator Statoil and its...

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